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Nine DiCello Levitt Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers for Outstanding Legal Talent

We are pleased to announce that nine DiCello Levitt attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers on its 2019 list of exceptional legal talent.  Partners Mark DiCello, Adam Levitt, Robert F. DiCello, Kenneth Abbarno, Christopher Stombaugh, John Tangren, and Amy Keller, and associates Daniel Ferri and Adam Prom were all recognized by the Super Lawyers […]

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Location of Consolidated Marriott Data Breach Lawsuit Argued Amy Keller, Others

DLC Partner Amy Keller was among several attorneys appearing in Miami before a seven-judge panel which will determine the location of the consolidated class action against Marriott Hotels & Resorts for its 2014 data breach. Roughly 180 plaintiffs from all 50 states have filed suit after Marriott’s announcement that hackers stole personal information from more […]

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Equifax Can’t Escape Data Breach Lawsuit – Amy Keller Quoted in Yahoo Finance and Law360

A Georgia federal judge has allowed separate groups of consumers, payment card issuers and investors to move forward with the majority of their fraud, negligence and other claims in national class action litigation over Equifax’s massive 2017 data breach. DiCello Levitt partner, and co-lead counsel for consumers in the ongoing Equifax litigation, Amy Keller was […]

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DiCello Levitt ‘s 50-State Class Action Complaint Against Marriott Receives National Media Attention

On January 9, 2019, DiCello Levitt and co-counsel filed a 50-state class action lawsuit against Marriott and Starwood Hotels. The complaint alleges Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide LLC failed to secure personally identifiable information such as passport information, customers’ names, mailing addresses, and payment card data, including credit and debit card numbers. Marriott has acknowledged […]

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Amy Keller Quoted in Law360 Article About 50-State Consumer Suit Over Marriott Data Breach

Partner Amy E. Keller was quoted in Law360 regarding the 50-state class action lawsuit filed Wednesday against Marriott and Starwood Hotels. The complaint alleges Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide LLC failed to secure personally identifiable information such as passport information, customers’ names, mailing addresses, and payment card data, including credit and debit card numbers. Marriot […]

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Data Breach Class Action Powerhouses Team Up to File First, Fifty-State Lawsuit Against Marriott in Wake of Disastrous Data Breach

Class action filing is the largest to date against embattled hotel company Greenbelt, Md. – January 10, 2019 – National class action law firms DiCello Levitt ; Hausfeld; Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll; Cohen & Gresser; and Kramon & Graham have teamed up to file the nation’s largest class action complaint against Marriott (NASDAQ: MAR) […]

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Equifax Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Seek Material Surrendered to Congress

Plaintiffs’ attorneys in the Equifax Data Breach litigation will seek documents related to a government report while arguing the Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss in court today. The report released earlier this week by the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform places blame on Equifax for its role in the massive 2017 data breach. […]

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Amy Keller Featured in Law360 and Law.com Regarding National Class Action Lawsuit Filed in Wake of Marriott Data Breach

Partner Amy E. Keller was quoted at length in both Law360 and Law.com regarding our national class action lawsuit against Marriott and Starwood following last week’s announcement of a massive data breach in which the personal information of nearly 500 million hotel guests was compromised. Speaking to Law360, Keller questioned why it took Marriott four […]

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DiCello Levitt Seeks Answers Via a Nationwide Class Action Lawsuit After Massive, Long-Running Starwood and Marriott Data Breach is Discovered

Breach of Starwood Hotels guest reservation database dates to at least 2014 and may affect personal data of 500 million customers CHICAGO, December 3, 2018 – Marriott International Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR), the parent company of Starwood Hotels, failed to ensure that the personal information of as many as 500 million customers was adequately protected, leading […]

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